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Old 14th June 2005, 06:52 PM   #11
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Are those all carbon comp resistors?
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Not sure about the "comp" part but yes, those are carbon 5% resistors. Though picked by hand to about 1% accuracy.
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as opposed to carbon film. I suspect wxn used the latter!
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Sorry guys, can't help here. I just go to the nearest shop and buy some resistors. And they are cheap ones, not some audiophile type
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